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Wayne Ellington learns his lessons, toughening Carolina defense

Friday, March 23, 2007

North Carolina coach Roy Williams said recently that Wayne Ellington had made more improvement on defense from the start of the season than anyone else on the team, which is merely another reason Ellington has been just about everything he was expected to be when he was among the most heavily recruited guards in the country. With such fervor for defense, Ellington is about as complete a player as a freshman can be. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

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